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Teledyne Optech Galaxy T2000 mobilized for earthquake recovery and reconstruction effort in China
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Presagis Teams with Kambill Systems to Provide Artificial Intelligence-Based Geospatial Services in Asia Pacific
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Synspective and GCRS Announce Partnership for SAR Satellite-Based Risk Analysis Solutions in South Asia
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Fugro opens state-of-the-art space control centre SpAARC in Perth
Fugro has officially opened the Australian Space Automation, Artificial...
Chinese scientists create new detailed map of moon rocks
BEIJING - Chinese scientists have created a high-resolution map...
Russia and Iran expand space cooperation
Russia and Iran are gradually expanding their cooperation in...
Korea bolsters spatial data cooperation with Tanzania, Ethiopia
The government will help Tanzania and Ethiopia with effective...

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Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

Researchers Create Long-lasting and Low Energy Sensor Grid

Rutgers researchers are concerting their efforts to finish developing a multipurpose, user-friendly wireless sensor kit that boasts a battery life of approximately 10 years. Rutgers University Wireless Information Network Laboratory researchers Robert Moore, Ben Firner,...

Saturday, August 4th, 2012

Hong Kong PolyU Study Raises Alert for Further Increase in City’s Temperature

The temperature in the inner urban areas of Hong Kong is predicted to rise by two to three Celsius degree in 30 years’ time, according to the latest scientific study by researchers at the Department of Land...

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

Campbell Scientific Wireless Infrared Radiometer

The CWS220A is a wireless version of our SI-111 infrared radiometer. It contains an internal 922-MHz spread spectrum radio that transmits data to a CWB100A Wireless Base Station or to another wireless sensor. The frequency of the...

Monday, December 20th, 2010

NIWA Releases Review of NZ Temperature Trends

NIWA today released a report reviewing its seven station temperature series, which adds to its analysis of New Zealand’s temperature trends over the past 100 years. The report was independently peer reviewed by Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology to...